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Historical Rationale for Military EMI Limits
- Aerospace Standard
Published June 16, 2016 by SAE International in United States
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|Table 1||Differences Between Broadband and CW Limits (0.15 to 25 MHz)|
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The G-46 Committee deals with the system-oriented discipline that ensures electromagnetic compatibility in electronics design. The Committee develops technical criteria and procedures to guide the design engineer. Its work also includes spectrum management and conservation, secure communications, and electromagnetic emission, susceptibility, control and characterization. The committee holds one regular meeting a year.
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